Veteran artist manager Bullgod has hit out at Ghanaian artists who fail to take initiative and need constant convincing to fulfil their professional obligations.
In a recent interview on Accra-based Hitz FM's Daybreak Hitz show, Bullgod expressed dissatisfaction with creatives who demand excessive pampering from their managers before carrying out tasks.
"Does it make sense that, this is your profession and that someone should convince you to do your job? You are a fool to be pampered to do your job. Nobody should tell you to do your job as an artiste," he stated.
Bullgod argued that artists should be self-motivated and dedicated given that their career is their livelihood.
He also noted that parents play a key role in instilling a good work ethic in young talents from an early age.
"Parents are the first managers of artists, so if artists are messing up, they should blame their parents, not their managers because they didn't get the right training," the artist manager asserted.
He further called on Ghanaians to stop unfairly blaming managers for the indiscipline of some acts.
Specifically, Bullgod urged playwright Uncle Ebo Whyte to apologize for previously implying that managerial issues were responsible for artists’ waywardness.